Sandberg offer a comprehensive site Ground Penetrating Radar survey service, including off-site data processing, analysis, interpretation and reporting.
Ground Penetrating Radar (also known as Ground Radar, Ground Probing Radar, Georadar, GPR and Surface Penetrating Radar) provides a non-intrusive and non-destructive method of surveying the Subsurface, including Concrete Imaging. It is a highly cost effective non-intrusive (ND) technique, offering a rapid means of obtaining subsurface information from a variety of materials used in the construction industry including concrete, brick, masonry, wood, asphalt and soil.
Ground Penetrating Radar is a geophysical technique originally developed for mapping geological features, but it is now increasingly used for Civil Engineering applications. Sandberg specialise in the use of GPR in the Construction Industry including, but not limited to:
GPR can determine sub-surface detail, rebar distribution, voids, etc. non-intrusively without damage to the surrounding structure.
GPR scanning is quick and efficient and is suitable for scanning large or small areas. If required, preliminary results are available in real time.
GPR can help limit exposure and control risk by locating potential problems and confirming compliance with specification.
GPR is a flexible NDT survey technique suitable for many different applications.
In addition to GPR surveys, Sandberg provide a one stop shop for construction industry material services throughout the world, including:
Our clients include consulting engineers, architects, surveyors, government and public authorities, civil engineering and building contractors, property developers and managers, lawyers and manufacturers and suppliers of building materials. We don’t just aim to meet our client’s expectations, we endeavour to exceed them!
GPR surveys are carried out by our team of specialised and experienced GPR surveyors, whose professional ability and integrity is evident in every aspect of their work.